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  • Radioactive Emissions

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    how to combat it? This issue of the human body being opaque and medical conditions within the body being impossible to see is an issue to which science has been applied to devise a variety of solutions. One such solution is positron emission tomography. Positron emission tomography is a medical imaging technology. As an imaging technique it is noninvasive, and among imaging techniques it is unique because it measures and monitors the functions of cells and structures in the body (Freudenrich). PET

  • Carbon Emissions and Socioeconomic Issues

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    Cutting down carbon emissions significantly at a date set in the future by many nations that consistently report high income to majority of their population and high carbon emissions as a result of robust economic activities that result in industrial production of goods made available for consumption by other dependent industries which includes the service sector and general population consumption might have made most of the high-income, high-carbon emission nations to take an initial step towards

  • Car Emissions and Global Warming

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    “1 gallon of gas =24 pounds of global warming emissions” (UCSUSA). Many of the people in our world today don’t understand just how much The Automobile affects us, our lives, and the world we live in. Undoubtedly, the invention of the car has changed our perspective on the different technology created over the past years. However, cars are some of the leading factors towards one of the largest ongoing problems occurring in our world today. That problem goes by the name of global warming. “Since 1990

  • Emissions Trading Scheme For Airlines

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    There are significant number of countries where there is carbon emissions trading scheme. Like Australia, New Zealand, Switzerland, United Kingdom and some many more. China has launched its first carbon emission trading scheme. Providing a market incentive to control pollution, companies which exceed their quota of carbon emissions can buy unused allocations from others- as per the scheme. It is unlikely to have much impact as analysts say the scheme’s limited range means. With some permits allocated

  • Automobile Emissions, CO and Asthma

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    Automobile Emissions, CO and Asthma Auto emissions are byproducts from the engine combustion process and from the vanishing of fuel. Despite the ever-growing number of vehicles on the road, studies show that ten to thirty percent of vehicles cause the majority of vehicle-related air pollution. This fact sheet lists some of the air pollutants associated with vehicle emissions. Because contact to these pollutants can cause serious health problems, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has established

  • Emissions Trading Scheme and Globalisation

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    emerging (MacKenzie, 2009), with countries such as New Zealand taking part in what is known as an Emissions Trading Scheme. Carbon markets have increasingly become a way of addressing greenhouse mitigation, and essentially climate change, as a result of the Kyoto Protocol and subsequent intergovernmental emissions trading scheme (Stephan & Paterson, 2012). This essay will begin by addressing what the emissions trading scheme is, its background and the subsequent introduction of carbon markets. It will

  • Determinants of Carbon Dioxide Emissions in the Philippines

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    greenhouse gases, which carbon dioxide is notoriously known for, in the Earth’s atmosphere. Many environmental activists are putting pressures to every facet of society and making them aware about the harm of the continuously increasing carbon dioxide emission that the world is experiencing. The Philippines is already starting to experience sudden extreme changes in its climate and natural disasters that were not as forceful decades back. This does not only reflect negatively on the environment, but also

  • TNC’s use of Emissions Credit Arrangements

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    TNC’s use of Emissions Credit Arrangements, as a vehicle to raise capital, the Committee’s concern with these arrangements, and alternative structures that TNC could use that would eliminate these concerns. Emissions Credit Background: Various nations have enacted programs to reduce the amount of harmful emissions released into the atmosphere. In a typical program, a nation sets a limit on the amount of a pollutant that can be emitted by companies. Companies are issued emission permits and are

  • Different Types of Carbon Emission Schemes

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    1. Introduction: Carbon emission trading schemes (ETS) have been implemented all over the world as a means to limit the production of greenhouse gases (GHGs). There currently exists an extensive variety of these carbon trading schemes, each with their own strengths and weaknesses. ETS have been used for other air pollutants prior to their application to greenhouse gases. Emissions credit trading in the United States has existed since 1977. (Tietenburg et al. 1998, 6) One of the world’s largest and

  • Cummins: A Company with Emission Solutions and Innovation

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    new technologies in order to reduce emissions and increase efficiencies for the benefit of the environment. Driven in large part by global initiatives and the potential for stringent regulations, the past decade or two has seen a marked increase in the importance of improvements with respect to environmental standards, including emissions and increases in fuel economy. In 2002, Cummins Emissions Solutions was launched after the need was identified for an emission solution that would help engines meet